splash erosion is as the first stage from process of water erosion that it cause for effect raindrop on soil surface. The amount of soil splash can change with changing the characteristics of soil physical. Therefore, the conservation from the surface soil cause the reducing the effect of raindrop energy on surface soil and so the sediment amount from the process of splash erosion decrease. Therefore, the present study was conducted to efficiency evaluation of perlite with levels of 25, 50 and 75 percent at rainfall intensity of 80 mm h-1 on splash erosion at collected soils of forest, rangeland and agricultural land uses. The experiments were carried at laboratory conditions and scale of splash cups and then the rates of splash erosion measured at different rates of perlite and collected soil from various land uses. The results showed that the application of different rates of perlite at collected soils from different land uses caused the reducing the total splash and net splash at compared with control treatment. Also the results showed that separation effect of collected soil from different land uses and different rates of perlite on total and net splash was significant at level of 99 percent and also the interaction effect of different rates of perlite and collected soil from land uses on total splash was significant at 99 percent. Also, the collected soil from land uses of rangeland and agriculture, perlite with amount of 25 percent had the maximum effect on controlling splash erosion. This amount caused the reducing total splash with rates of 55. 27 and 57. 48 percent, the net splash with rates of 55. 11 and 91. 03 percent, the up slope with rates of 62. 78 and 36. 85 percent and down slope splash with rates of 55. 23 and 66. 72 percent. The difference of perlite effect with used rates at collected soil from different land uses verified the use importance of appropriate from conditioners at the management of soil and water resources.