The City of Sipalay is the second toward the southernmost town in the territory of Negros Occidental . It is limited by the districts of Cauayan in the north, Hinobaan in the south, and Candoni in the east. To its west is the Sulu Sea. The city lies roughly 178 kilometers from the common capital of Bacolod City and can be come to by means of the national street from Bacolod to Hinobaan inside 3 to 4 hours. Despite the fact that Sipalay is viewed as a farming city, it is not subject to the sugar business, dissimilar to most urban communities and towns in Negros Occidental. Consequently, its economy has not been influenced by the declining costs of sugar on the planet market. Marsh horticulture in Sipalay comprises generally of rice and corn cultivating with organic product creation/plantation bit by bit being produced in the uplands in conjunction with agro-forestation. Banana, coconut, mango and espresso are as of now created in Sipalay, and pineapple, guava and citrus. Planting of rootcrops, vegetables, and vegetables are likewise done utilizing the Bio-Intensive Gardening System (BIGS) and Communal Garden approaches. The ranges along the stream delta, which spread Barangay 3-Poblacion, Gil Montilla, Manlucahoc, Cabadiangan, Mambaroto, and Nauhang are appropriate for the planting of these vegetables.