When is WU going to accept evapotranspiration data?

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We have ETo data coming from our Davis weather station, and would appreciate having this accepted into WU. When will this be possible?
Seems that evapotranspiration is a significant measurement for anyone working with agriculture, horticulture or botany, and (aside from calculating this on WU side) it would be great if we could have data from our side provided for our local area.

We live in an area that is quite arid and has a very large temperature range. So ETo is quite simply a very valuable piece of information that could save water and plants.

Can we expect to be able to submit our ETo data sometime soon?
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Laz Peterson

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Posted 2 years ago

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Brendan Hayes, Official Rep

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We are working on new ways to ingest data and that is the kind of thing we want to collect.  We aren't there yet, but its an active project now.
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Laz Peterson

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That's great news.

Yea, we just got our weather station up and running, so we are most definitely excited to contribute as much data as we can.

I'm most definitely looking forward to it!

Thanks for your response Brendan.
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any update on ET data being on WU?