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Rare in the wild, this mushroom is cultivated under the name button mushroom or mushroom. It is the most cultivated mushroom in a mushroom farm because it is quick and easy to cultivate. Button mushrooms represent about three quarters of world mushroom production; most are from the United States, France and China.
The button mushroom grows naturally at the beginning of summer or in autumn on fatty soils, manure, gardens, in cypress hedges, pastures, yards, always outside forests. Agaricus bisporus exists in the wild under the Lambert Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) and other conifers, on plant debris, old mixture of straw and horse dung, dune on the edge of the ocean, under Tamarisk, Prosopis, etc. . Its closest cousin is Agaricus subfloccosus. Agaricus bisporus is often confused with Rosé des meadows (Agaricus campestris). This small fungus often grows in large numbers in meadows or gardens.