Theoretically, yes — if community gardeners sold large amounts of food at significantly lower prices than conventional stores, food prices would be pushed down. In general, such gardens only reduce prices for those involved with the garden — ie, those who get food in exchange for labor and purchases of seeds. How much of a difference this makes depends on the quality of the garden and the price of fertilizer, seed, etc.
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