1. In 2011, when the AL-K2O supply of the soil was 320–324 mg kg-1 and the AL-P2O5 supply was 118–251 mg kg-1, the increasing dose of N fertilisation significantly increase the nutrient concentration of winter barley at tillering in the case of N, K, Ca and Mn in comparison with the control treatment. In 2012, significant increase in concentration was observed only in the case of N, Mn and Zn as a result of better N supply.
2. The highest nutrient concentrations resulted from 240 kg ha-1 N supply both in the case of macro- and microelements, but the maximum yield was obtained in the case of 160 kg ha-1 N supply in both examined years.
3. The satisfactory nourishment status of the maximum yield can be characterized with the following nutrient concentrations in the development level of winter barley at tillering: N 3.47–3.85%, P 0.29–0.41%, K 3.07–4.16%, Ca 0.46–0.57%, Mg 0.18–0.22%, Na 0.18–0.23%, Mn 57–74 mg kg-1, Zn 22–30 mg kg-1, Cu 5–7 mg kg-1, B 4–5 mg kg-1, Mo 0.19–0.22 mg kg-1.
4. There was a close correlation between the nutrient concentration of winter barley and grain yield in the case of N, while the correlation was moderate in the case of K and Ca.
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