The yellow Pitahaya from Palora is a wild fruit whose commercial production is semi wild with origin denomination.
Pitahaya fruit is an egg-shaped, rounded or elongated berry. The shell has bracts or scaly ears of fleshy and waxy consistency. The amount and size of bracts are smaller and larger than other varieties. The length of the fruit varies from 8 to 12 centimeters and its weight goes from 200 to 800 grams (from half pound to two pounds). The sexual or true seeds are distributed in the pulp of the fruit. They are black, very small and abundant. They are coated with a mucilaginous substance.
The 21 brix degrees of the fruit are a competitive and comparative advantage over other pitahaya varieties in the world. Pitahaya Palora is not a Transgenic fruit.