The Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea)

@article{Prohens2001TheT,
  title={The Tamarillo (Cyphomandra betacea)},
  author={Jaime Prohens and Fernando Nuez},
  journal={Small Fruits Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={43 - 68}
}
Abstract The tamarillo is a small tree native to South America. It is grown for its edible fruit, which can be prepared in many different ways. The main regions of production are its native region as well as New Zealand. Interest in the tamarillo as a potential new crop is increasing in many other frost-free climatic areas all around the world. There are three known types in the Andean region: red, yellow and purple. Tamarillo requires a sub-tropical climate, and can be grown in regions where… 

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