Fuyu Persimmons Sunburning

My Fuyu Persimmon is bowing with the bounty of fruit but a new problem is presenting itself -- sunburn!
Fruit getting the full blast of 12+hours-direct sunlight are spotting and boiling.
I first tried moving the branches about but the tree, while reasonably limber, became more stressed with the forced aerobic movement. I can't "spin" the fruit (like I can lemons and oranges) so that the same area isn't getting the constant sun -- the fuyus are extremely static while they growing and do not "move" until they're ripe.
I've been using the bird netting to prevent walker-poaching but that hasn't prevented the scorching.
Other ideas?
Many thanks!
The Ranger
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Put a canopy over it. And pick out a shadier spot to transplant it after you pick the fruit in December.
Susan B.
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