An initiative of

Sergio Cosi

La Conquista

Hi! My name is Sergio Cosi and together with my family I run this business - La Conquista in Argentina. La Conquista, is a family business that produces, processes and markets organic and biodynamic pears and apples from the high valley of the Negro river and Neuquén. Thank you for your organic purchase! 

Back in 2015 we started with a plantation of 20 hectares in Chimpay, Argentina. Over the past years the organic market has grown significant in this region of the Patagonian Rio Negro River. This is also one of the reasons our farm is 60 hectares nowadays.  Biodynamic agriculture is a fantastic example of circular economy .. let’s call it circular farming .. in harmony with nature. 


Interview with Sergio

Can you tell us a bit more about the way you grow at your farm? 
At La Conquista we grow in line with biodynamic agriculture, building on the ideas of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy. Similar to organic farming, we don’t use industrial fertilizers, pesticides and week-killers. On top of that we use various herbal and mineral additives for compost and field spray and we make use of an astrological sowing and planting calendar. The starting point is that both animal welfare, the environment and fair trade are taken into account when producing food. 

So how do you differ from your neighboring organic farms? 
One of the important aspects include using livestock manure for compost, this ensures the recycling of nutrients on land. Next to that, we put great effort in the maintenance and improvement of the soil quality and the well-being of both our crops as well as the biodiversity on our farm. To ensure the diversity of plants and animal life we do regular crop rotations and use cover crops and green manure. 

Can you tell us something about your business? 
In 2011 we built a processing plant, a packaging facility and a cooling plant. This gives us full control over the whole export logistics and enables us to transport goods from our farm to the port directly. Because we can both grow, process, package and transport the product we can cross-check the harvested and processed fruits.  As a consequence we have seen a significant improvement of the fruit because of shorter transportation between production and packaging. 

Recent comments

You are here

Sustainability flower


Where to find?





Add new comment

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.