Japanese Shishito pepper
I have a shishito pepper plant and I am worried if it is ill due to the reason below:
1) 85% of the peppers are red (I know every once in a while there would be a red peppers, but more than half of my peppers are red & this don't seem normal for shishito pepper). Not only that they are red, they actually turned red right away from their blossom instead of gradually turning into red frm green.
2) Not only that they are red, they also look extremely wrinkle while being dry at the same time. They look as if they were way too ripe, but they actually just turned into pepper from their blossom (they are still very young)
3)Some of the leaves have an appear to be burnt tips like those in the pictures. The ends are yellow, brown and dry and brittle.
I am worried that the plant might be having way too much fertilizer that it causes its peppers to mature WAY TOO quickly (is that even an issue like this on any plants?). I just started to put fertilizer for veggies on them once this morning, but I used to water them with blended tuna fish with water (a friend of mine that grow roses told me about this trick, mix a tsp of tuna fish with water then blend them really thoroughly in a blender and then water plants with the mixture. He claims that this provides plants with tons of nitrogen which will help them to grow very well) quite often.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
P.S: I tried to post the pictures, but can't figure out how to do it, I would repost them if someone tell me how to upload pictures here. Or I will email those pics to anyone that need them.