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Scientific Name Of Chest Nut Mushroom | Introduction Of Chest Nut Mushroom | Agaricus Bisporus

Scientific Name Of Chest Nut Mushroom | Introduction Of Chest Nut Mushroom | Agaricus Bisporus

Introduction Of Chest Nut Mushroom 

Latin name: Agaricus bisporus


  • After the White Mushroom, the Chestnut Mushroom is the most commonly cultivated mushroom in theNetherlands. 
  • It is cultivated in growing rooms where the temperature and humidity are adjusted to create the optimum climate. 
  • This enables these mushrooms to be grown all year round. The mushrooms are picked by hand and immediately packed in the packaging in which they are sold.


  • The Chestnut Mushroom is a light-brown variant of the White Mushroom. 
  • The Chestnut Mushroom grows at a lower temperature than the White Mushroom and is grown less densely per square metre.

Storage and shelf life

  • Store Chestnut Mushrooms in the vegetable drawer of your refrigerator. Chestnut Mushrooms keep best when stored at a temperature of between 4° and 7°C. They will then keep for at least three days.

Flavour and use

  • The Chestnut Mushroom has a slightly nutty flavour. The flesh is firmer than that of White Mushrooms. 
  • Like White Mushrooms, chestnut mushrooms are delicious in salads or pasta dishes.

Introduction Of ChestNut Mushroom
Chestnut Mushroom

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