"A lemon has about 1gram of sugar compared to an orange that has about 15grams of sugar.
But a lemon has 19mg of calcium and an orange has 54mg. That's not 15 times as much."
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So are you saying that no matter what a brix reading is that the lemon will always have only and exactly one gram of sugar?
Are you saying that the orange, no matter what the brix reading is, will always have 15 grams of sugar?
Are you saying that no matter what the brix readings are and or no matter what the soil condition may have been that provided the fruit with the minerals that the calcium levels will always read constant?
Did you do this research yourself? Just wondering... thanks!