This is my Nero600 which is the only fig that I haven't killed. My other trees all died when I placed them outside too early and the PNW decided to throw one last frost at us. That kinda bummed me out.
Now that I'm done with the military I can focus on school and getting a house with my own backyard. The landlord don't like when I put the tree on his grass to get full sun. That way I can give my tree(s) better care.
I have been giving the tree some all purpose plant food, worm casting juice, and fish poop from my aquarium hoping to supply it with the 17 nutrients it needed. I also tried other fertilizers here and there that had more P and K since everything else seemed to be high in N. She started to put out fruit a few months ago which didn't happen the year before so I was happy. However all the figs are bursting at the walls, deformed and leaking. I thought it was birds or bugs, but I haven't seen any at all.
So I'm guessing I'm lacking a nutrient for proper fruit production causing the weak skin. Would it be better to pinch them off and let the tree focus on growth before winter? I'm not against that ideal since the fruits look too damaged anyways.