Assessment of "Jejer Manten" Planting Technique and Biofertilizer on Rice Farming in Pasawaran District, Lampung Province. One of the efforts to increase productivity is the application of a good planting technique and biofertilizers. Assessment of rice planting techniques and the application of a biological fertilizer was conducted at Sukadadi village, Gedong Tataan district, Pesawaran Regency, Lampung Province, from May to September 2014. Size of each plot was 400 m2 with total area of 1 ha. The objective was to obtain an effective planting techtique and biological fertilizer to increase rice productivity and farmers income on rice farming. The treatments consisted of three factors i.e: planting techniques (S1 = “jajar tegel”, S2 = “jajar legowo” 2:1, and S3 = “jejer manten”) and dosage of biological fertilizers (D1 = 200 kg Urea + 300 kg NPK Phonska; D2 = 100 kg Urea + 150 kg NPK Phonska + 40 kg biological fertilizer; D3 = 200 kg Urea + 300 kg NPK Phonska + 40 kg biological fertilizer). Inpari 10 was used as the variety of rice. The experiment was arranged on the split plot design with three replications. The results showed that plant height and number of tillers produced by “jejer manten” planting technique were high, while length of panicle, number of grains/panicle, hollow of grain, and weight of 1.000 grains were not significantly different for all planting techniques. Rice productivity was not significantly affected by application of the biological fertilizer. Innovation of “jejer manten” planting techniques produced a higher productivity and farmers' income than “jajar tegel” and “jajar legowo” row 2:1 planting techniques. To increase rice productivity, “jejer manten” planting technique is potential to be applied and it does not require an extra cost for planting.