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Sep 30, 2022

[Answer] Which state produces nearly half of all U.S. mushrooms?

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...1. Wisconsin 2. Virginia 3. California 4. Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania - Nearly half of the mushrooms sold in the U.S. are grown in just a single county in Pennsylvania. Quakers began farming mushrooms in Chester County, just west of Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania in the early 1800s. Today, its 61 mushroom farms produce over 400 million pounds of mushrooms per year (the majority are button and portobello), which represent 47 percent of total U.S. mushroom production. Making mushrooms is smelly business: It requires a lot of compost, made from food waste as well as horse or chicken manure. The mushrooms grow best in dark, damp spaces, so they are grown indoors with strict climate control. Then, mushrooms are usually hand-picked, since mechanical harvesting creates more waste, and they are on grocery store shelves within 48 hours.:

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