Are you Ph-ing your water when you feed? What kind of water are you using? There are things that are pretty easy to control that can contribute greatly to the outcome of your grow.
What kind of soil are you in? That’s a big thing.
That being said, I’ve got a couple of girls going great guns in pots that I grew tomatoes in last year.
Are you using a particular nutrient package?
I’m far from an expert, but I attempted indoor growing years ago, and grew quite a few guerilla grows, though I really hesitate to use that word, back in my youth. LOL!
And I had a subscription to High Times! LOL! So…
I truly hope you succeed and I’ll definitely do what I can to help.
We dodged the showers today, which was fine, I fed this morning and didn’t want it to wash out immediately. Girls gotta eat! But of course there’s that 50% chance tomorrow!
One thing I’d recommend is getting rid of those leaves on the deck near the plants.
Dead, decaying matter is a breeding ground for microbes and critters, both good and bad, but you don’t want to let them get near your plants one way or the other. Any leaves the plant drops you want to get away too.
BTW - LOVE the kitty! Squirrel Guard!