Growth and yield of rice are significantly determined by soil nutrient availability. Phosphorus and potassium are two soil nutrients that are required in considerable amounts. The aims of this research was to investigate nutrient status of P and K in lowlandrice, which in turn could be used to set up fertilizer recommendation in Pandeglang Regency, Banten.The research was conducted in January to December 2016, consisted of three steps, namely research preparation, field survey, laboratory and data analysis. The result indicated that P and K status was found varying from low to high. 44,296 ha of rice field indicated high P status, which was found in 33 subdisctricts, 5,362 ha have medium P status, spread out at 21 subdistricts and rice fields with low P status spread in 8 subdistricts covering an area of 5,110 ha. Nutrient status of paddy fields with high-K status of 36,710 ha scattered in 30 subdistricts, while the rice field with medium K status spread in 21 sub-bistrict covered of 7,616 ha and status of low-K spread across 9 subdistricts covered of area of 1,333 ha. Based on the 3 status level of P and K, it is recommended 9 packages of P and K fertilizers.