Answer: Your tree is acting normal for a fig tree experiencing stress. It would not be unusual for a stressed, new tree to cast off its fruit either. It will need to be in the ground a bit longer to get established and "on its feet" so to speak. The new growth is a good sign. However, you tree may be a bit thirsty since its limited root system has yet to venture out very far.
Give the tree a good soaking once a week or so to keep it moist. Of course you don't want to create a waterlogged soil condition, but some regular watering in the area within a couple of feet from the base of the tree will help its limited root system to supply the top with moisture and continue to establish itself in its new location.
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