Idroluppolo make hops sutainable

Producing hops is a very hard job, water consumption is around 20l / week per
plant, large spaces must be available for cultivation, only one plant can be
grown per square meter, the harvest is very demanding, the plants reach 8
meters in height and massive machinery is needed.To make matters worse, the
volubility of the artisan brewery market, which is constantly searching for
new aromas and new varieties. Idroluppolo is the process that can avoid these
problems with hydroponic, let’s make beer greener, let’s make hops
sustaniable!

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Saturday 19 October
From 4.00 pm to 4.30 pm
8.STAGE8A pav. 8
Idroluppolo make hops sutainable

Alessio Saccoccio

Alessio Saccoccio: Business and Quality Engineering Degree at the University of Florence in 2009,
master’s degree in business networks in 2013 and a master’s degree in Europroject in 2016.
Since graduation he started working at the General Mechanics (repair of mechanics and bodywork vehicles) as
technical manager. Performance analysis, definition of objectives, control and management of processes,
analysis of customer satisfaction, marketing actions planning and support for the calls for tender. He is the
creator of Idroluppolo, holding the role of administrator, responsible for new technologies and communication


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