Hop2it Green Ventures

Hop2it has invested time and money into the Green Sector since 2012. From the development of CBDs in America and the acquisition of the Murrumbooee Food business in 2017, Hop2it has a number of exciting Green Ventures.

In recent years during Corvid 19, we have preserved our Green Ventures and expanded them with synergistic projects. We have summarized each Green Venture below and if you are interested in Investing in either Hop2it directly or any of the Green Ventures, click the button below.

Why Green Ventures

Hop2it management has suitable experience and wishes to provide significant assets to the company’s balance sheet.

Our Green Project Management

Our simple approach to participating in the Green Sector is to locate opportunities that firstly provide close proximity to our management for logistic support and security.

Secondly, we seek mergers with the owners with acquisition options so we can learn all the elements of the specific mining interest.

How Can You Invest

Hop2it Members have options to invest directly into Hop2it’s asset holding company. Other interested Investors are able to obtain a Private Offer document on each Hop2it Green Venture and if interested, they can invest directly if an Offer document has been issued for this purpose.

How It Works

This website is a first start to learning about Hop2it’s Green Ventures and any investment opportunities. If you wish to participate as an investor, you must join as a Member and open an Account so that you can download an Offer document or request one.

Our Green Sector Projects

Food, Suppliments & Fertilizer

Aussie mining assets were chosen as a starting point due to the global travel restrictions applied to the Corvid 19 Pandemic.

Fertilizer & Fodder

Liquid Fertilizer & Herbicide

In 2020 Hop2it acquired a controlling interest in a unique Liquid Fertilizer and Organic Herbicide business. From its rural base in Queensland, this business has unique machines that propagate Fodder for animals, and bacteria for liquid fertilizer and herbicide.

Food & Supplements

Murrumbooee Branded Food

The Murrumbooee export quality condiment business was acquired in 2017. The business has suffered through Corvid 19 but has gained new product lines and recipes. It is planned to recommence manufacturing and exporting in Q4 2021.

Moringa & Hemp Cultivation

Cultivation Of Supplements

Hop2it has been involved in Hemp and CBDs since 2015 and in Australia since 2017. Moringa is an exciting plant used for food and remedies in Asia. We have designed new methods of propagation and cultivation for animal fodder and human supplements.

Green Venture Questions

What is Liquid Fertilizer?

Liquid fertilisers are concentrated liquids that are added to water and applied to the soil and foliage. These types of fertilisers contain a synthetic chemical mix of the plant’s essential nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and iron.

How Does Hop2it Make Fertilizer?

A 30-year-old business was acquired in 2020 which manufactures animal fodder of which a bi-product of the biomass is Liquid Fertilizer when a secret “bacteria” is added. The machines can be sold to animal farmers for fodder and our business manufactures a range of fertilizers. 

Why Animal Fodder?

Fodder, also called provender, is any agricultural foodstuff used specifically to feed domesticated livestock, such as cattlerabbitssheephorseschickens and pigs. “Fodder” refers particularly to food given to the animals (including plants cut and carried to them), rather than that which they forage for themselves. 

What Food Can Murrumbooee Make?

Murrumbooee — Australian Aboriginal for Cascading Water

The Murrumbooee business has now been acquired by Hop2it for the purposes of expanding it globally from its sales of export quality condiments to Australian and US retailers by adding new products such as Murrumbooee Infant Formula, special “hemp” based clothing, surfwear, Coffee, Wine and even a women’s and men’s skincare range.

Murrumbooee is a waterfall located in the Gibraltar National Park in Australia and is surrounded by the Kamilaroi Aboriginal Tribe

What Is Moringa?

Moringa Oleifera is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree of the family Moringaceae, native to the Indian subcontinent. Common names include moringa, drumstick tree, horseradish tree, and ben oil tree or benzolive tree.

The leaves have 7 times more vitamin C than oranges and 15 times more potassium than bananas. It also has calcium, protein, iron, and amino acids, which help your body heal and build muscle. It’s also packed with antioxidants, substances that can protect cells from damage and may boost your immune system.

We are planning to cultivate Moringa on land being reclaimed from our mining endeavors.

Why Industrial Hemp?

Industrial hemp is grown for its fiber and seeds, while marijuana cultivars are grown for high levels of THC. Industrial hemp is a plant with many uses, including food, fiber, fuel, industrial, and personal care products.

The term industrial hemp dates back to the 1960s and generally refers to cannabis varieties that. are grown primarily as an agricultural crop, such as seeds and fiber, and byproducts such as oil, seed cake, and hurds.24 Hemp is generally characterized by plants that are low in delta-9 THC.

Hemp oil and seeds are also have commercial appeal, as they have a variety of uses. Since it has a high level of polyunsaturated essential fatty acids, and is high in some amino acids, hemp has great nutritional benefit. Hemp oils, extracts and edibles are most often what consumers see in the marketplace.


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