The Humboldt Seed Company created the sativa-leaning hybrid 707 Headband by crossing a Mendocino elite clone with True OG. 707 Headband has euphoric and energizing cerebral effects, according to the breeder, and smells of wood and freshly squeezed lemon.
This strain has a citrus and fresh pine tree flavor profile. This strain’s THC content can range from 19% to 23%.
According to reports, indoor yields can reach 500 to 600 grams per square meter, while 707 Headband plants grown outdoors have a yield range of 900 grams to 4 kilograms, or 2 to 10 pounds, per plant. The Humboldt Seed Organization offers feminized 707 Headband seeds, enabling growers to continue using the original breeder’s genetics.
The 707 Headband plant, according to the Humboldt Seed Organization, has an open structure and produces dense, resin-coated buds. It can be grown indoors or outdoors, but it generally does best in a dry, warm environment like a greenhouse or a Mediterranean climate. Near the end of the 63 to 68-day flowering period, staking may be necessary due to the strain’s notable resistance to moisture. This plant produces towering buds with sugary trichomes and orange stigmas that are surrounded by dark purple fan leaves and neon green colas.