Résumé : Plasma membrane (PM) H+-ATPases of the P-type family are highly conserved in yeast, other fungi, and plants. Their main role is to establish an H+ gradient driving active transport of small ions and metabolites across the PM and providing the main component of the PM potential. Furthermore, in both yeast and plant cells, conditions have been described under which active H+-ATPases promote activation of TORC1, the rapamycin-sensitive kinase complex controlling cell growth. Fungal and plant PM H+-ATPases are self-inhibited by their respective cytosolic carboxyterminal tails unless this domain is phosphorylated at specific residues. In the yeast H+-ATPase Pma1, neutralization of this autoinhibitory domain depends mostly on phosphorylation of the adjacent Ser911 and Thr912 residues, but the kinase(s) and phosphatase(s) controlling this tandem phosphorylation remain unknown. In this study, we show that S911-T912 phosphorylation in Pma1 is mediated by the largely redundant Ptk1 and Ptk2 kinase paralogs. Dephosphorylation of S911-T912, as occurs under glucose starvation, is dependent on the Glc7 PP1 phosphatase. Furthermore, proper S911-T912 phosphorylation in Pma1 is required for optimal TORC1 activation upon H+ influx coupled amino-acid uptake. We finally show that TORC1 controls S911-T912 phosphorylation in a manner suggesting that activated TORC1 promotes feedback inhibition of Pma1. Our results shed important new light on phosphoregulation of the yeast Pma1 H+- ATPase and on its interconnections with TORC1.