Anthony Hanson

PhD, Entomology

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Dr. Anthony Hanson is an entomolgist and Assistant Extension Professor & Regional Educator in Integrated Pest Management for field crops with University of Minnesota Extension based out of Morris, MN. He focuses on providing tactics farmers can use to make sound economic and environmentally relevant pest management decisions, including pest forecasting. He also hosts the University of Minnesota IPM Podcast for Field Crops. Anthony grew up farming near Brooten in west-central Minnesota growing crops, raising cattle, and managing pastures. He is still actively involved in the family farm where he also keeps honeybees.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Entomology, PhD Minor: Agronomy, University of Minnesota Twin Cities


MS, Entomology, University of Minnesota Twin Cities


BA, Major: Biology, Minor: Chemistry, Concordia College


Research Interest Keywords

  • integrated pest management
  • insect overwintering
  • pest forecasting
  • entomology
  • crop genetics
  • biologial control
  • pesticides


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