The area is a valley with approximately 2,100 hectares. This intermountain valley is located in the basin of Rio Nizao and is the area most exposed to farming.
The valley surrounding land has its slope and altitude that allow the implementation of agricultural projects requiring heights between 850 and 1200 meters above sea level. The soil Ph is approximately 5.5
Weather conditions and vegetation provide also a potential tourist attraction in the area.
These qualities include the appropriate agricultural suitability of soils with rainfall in the order of 900-1000 mm / year, living area classified as Sub-Humid Tropical Forest and the presence of important channels such as the Nizao and Banilejo rivers, where are currently installed one million two hundred thousand square meters of greenhouses and in the building process, 200,000 square meters approximately.
Most of the land has been acquired by agricultural producers; landlordism dominates the plains where are established greenhouses for growing bell peppers, tomatoes, among other vegetables. In the highlands coffee projects are being implemented with investments in the order of 500 million pesos. The cost of land in the valley area arises between 150,000 and 200,000 pesos per land area. In the surrounding area, the cost ranges from 50,000 to 60,000 pesos per land area.
Description of the properties.-
The properties include mountain areas and areas for germination and greenhouses, in addition to:
– Electric power
– Drinking water
– Water reservoirs
The farms have several plots bordering each other and are covered by their respective titles.