When I finally got around to trellising my community garden tomato plants, they were a huge tangled mess. I pruned back many of them quite a bit just so I could see what I was doing to get them strung up off the ground.
Unfortunately, many tomatoes that had been shaded up to that point were suddenly exposed to 3 or 4 days of bright, direct sunlight with unseasonably warm 95 degree days.
With no leaves to shade them, the green tomatoes got burnt. Scalded by the sun!
Though these might rot before getting ripe, I am going to try to see if they might mature on their own. Even if they are half-rotten, I should still be able to save some good seeds for next year from inside the other half.