Palayan City Calamansi Growers Association (PCCGA) is located before at Brgy. Singalat, Palayan City near Eduardo L. Joson Memorial College. But as of now, they acquired a new building ty located at Brgy. Aulo, Palayan City, Nueva Ecija. Thus, the new facility is more convenient with the member of the association.
There is an abundant supply of calamansi fruits in Palayan City. The area planted with calamansi is 176.5 hectares. It was scattered in its 8 barangay (viz, Aulo, Singalat, Popolon, Manacnac, Santolan, Maligya, Caballero, and Marcos Village). There are 245 calamansi farmers in Palayan City whose harvest averaged of 1,983.34 metric tons per annum with 198, 324 fruit-bearing trees.
The Calamansi processing in Palayan City is the answer to the problem of growers during peak season. During those times, they just let their calamansi fruits get overripe without harvesting it anymore because of the unattractive buying price.
How to Get There
If you are planning to visit the natural beauty of the Sierra Madre Mountains, Palayan City is the best getaway to escape! Located at the heart of Nueva Ecija, it shows the beauty of nature. Therefore, Palayan is suited for those people who want to unwind from overwork. It is best to relieve stress. If you are from Metro Manila and planning for an out of town, you can check this out.
1) Bus: Cubao to Cabanatuan (more than P 200.00, and travel time is around 3-4 hours depends on the traffic)
2) Jeep: Cabanatuan Terminal to Brgy. Santolan, Palayan City
(P 27.00, it takes 45 mins to an hour trip)
1.) The fastest way to Cabanatuan from Manila is via NLEX and then SCTEX
2.) Take La Paz exit and head east to Cabanatuan.
3.) Follow the road to Palayan City via Cabanatuan City