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by Arthur Galarza
on February 25, 2017 at 8:37 PM
Do you know of any Pitahaya producers in South San Diego County?  
I own land in Campo, and would like to plant an acre of Pitahaya as a test, and perhaps another acre of Nopales cactus for local production aimed at the San Diego Market.  
Thank you very much in advance for your help.
by Thad Guidry
on May 5, 2017 at 2:13 AM
We really need to get a complete picture of Nutritional data for Hylocereus costaricensis which is Red skin/ Red pulp and highly favored in China and Asia where I am vacationing now and tasting the deep red purplish pulp inside that tastes slight blackberry and plum with a ton of seeds. Interestingly this variety that I bought locally has slightly more layers than Bien Hoa but less than Lisa. Its called Fire Dragon Fruit by locals. A bit different than all other varieties I have tasted prior. I am harvesting seeds as I eat. :)
 
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