Andy Robinson is an Associate Professor and the Extension Potato Agronomist at North Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota. Robinson received a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and his master and doctorate degrees from Purdue University.
Robinson’s research and Extension goals are to develop science-based solutions to address real-world problems in potato production, enabling producers to increase economic and environmental sustainability through improved crop management. His current research is focused on the agronomics of potato production and herbicide use and misuse in potatoes.
He is fluent in Portuguese and enjoys traveling and spending time in nature with his wife, Michelle and five children.