I have 9 fig trees planted in ground (unknown type white: can anyone identify?). Yesterday I saw that about 20 figs were ripened or over ripened. The ripe figs were drooping and very soft to the touch. The over ripened figs looked rotten so I picked them just to get them off the trees. On almost all the figs I noticed the "eye" was dark almost black, and looked like it had some kind of webbing inside. I cut these open and found 1-2 critters inside, and what seems like rotten flesh. I had 1 or 2 figs that were ok, not sweet, and not really ripe, however, they were drooping and very soft to the touch. I'm a little concerned, because I have 100's of figs growing now and I don't want to lose them. Could these just be the first crop? Can anyone shed some light on what I'm experiencing?
I've attached some photos:
Rotten_1.jpg (581.65 KB, 61 views)
Insect.jpg (456.45 KB, 48 views)
Fig.jpg (382.81 KB, 42 views)
FigFlesh.jpg (600.25 KB, 55 views)