La Trinidad




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La Trinidad is limited by Tublay on the north-east, Sablan on the west, Baguio City on the south, Itogon on the southeast, and Tuba on the south-west. The region has an area region of 7,004 hectares (17,310 sections of land), speaking to 3.16% of the commonplace area zone. Farming constitutes the economy of La Trinidad. The town supplies the vast majority of the Philippines' strawberries and cut blooms which incorporate roses. The La Trinidad Vegetable Trading Post is gone by wholesalers and brokers of vegetables from other provinces.The nearness of the Benguet State University in the region serves as a support to horticultural innovative work in the area. Its vicinity to the city of Baguio pulls in voyagers, principally to the strawberry fields in the valley, and lesser to the Benguet Provincial Capitol and the Rose Gardens of barangay Bahong.