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In sub-Saharan Africa, efforts have been made to increase soil carbon (C) content in agricultural ecosystems, due to severe soil degradation. The use of organic materials is one of the realistic methods to recover soil C. However, the impacts of organic amendments on soil microbial community and C cycles under limited soil C conditions are still unknown. We conducted field experiments using organic amendments in two sites with contrasting C content in Zambia. At both sites, temporal changes ofdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1121060/v1 fatcat:k5shbltcvfcz5c74fkokegrsua