IF EVERYTHING WAS ORGANIC, IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE TO FEED A LARGE PART OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION
Carlos Delso is a very composed man who explains the role of fertilizers and complains about the high tax rates and the high cost of power in our country with the same calmness. He is aware that the entrepreneur and the sector he works in are getting bad press, but he doesn’t dodge questions and answers without fear of appearing politically incorrect. He is the president of a company founded by his father and his older brother, Lorenzo, which develops, markets and distributes fertilizers. The second generation is already in the business, but he is in no hurry to hand over: he likes what he does.