Hi Everyone- any help would be appreciated. My Husky Red Cherry Tomato plant is producing a lot of fruit...there's a bunch you can't see on the photo. These tomatos have remained the green color that you see in the photo for at least 10 days. The tomatos that I feel are full-sized just won't ripen! My searches on this problem say that ripening issues can be caused by lack of sunlight, lack of airflow, and disease. This plant gets tons of sun right on the fruit, and I've trimmed it up a bit to improve air circulation. Zero signs of disease and it's producing like crazy.
Can anyone help me figure out why these aren't ripening and how to fix it?!? I also feel like the fruits being produced by this plant are really, really big for a "cherry tomato". Could that have something to do with the ripening?
*We tested the soil in our garden last night- the PH is good 6.5ish, and the NPK levels are all adequate (not deficient or too high). I use organic compost tea every 10 days to feed, and epsom salt once a month.