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Idroluppolo, make hops sustainable!
allows you to produce 4 times more in any area of the globe, respects the environment because it
reduces water consumption by 50% does not use soil and pesticides and allows the cultivation in
greenhouses ensuring a harvest with superior organoleptic qualities.
Idroluppolo Make beer greener, make hops sutainable!
Alessio Saccoccio, Carlo Muzi, Alessandro Cinelli
degree in business networks in 2013 and a master’s degree in Europroduction 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. Alessandro
Cinelli: Campaign technician for technical-agronomic assistance, cultivation of sub-irrigation basil with LED
system. Thirty-year experience as an expert in hydroponics and LEDs, today he works with his Agronova
company and provides advice and nutritional solutions to various large companies, including foreign ones. He will
be the Hydroponic production technical manager. The first year he will be part of the team by providing
equipment and facilities for experimentation, in view of a future role in the company. Carlo Muzi: Master's degree
in cellular e molecular biology with 110 cum laude, PhD in cellular and molecular biology at the University of
Rome Tor Vergata. PhD thesis on the plants reaction to biotic and abiotic stress from biochemical e molecular
point of view (Arabidopsis thaliana and Zea mais) both wild type and transgenic plants, he performed the
transformation of the same during the first year of the doctorate.