Earlier today I was over a friend of a friend's place, and she whipped out some seeded bud. It didn't look phenomenal or anything, but the quality of the high was quite good. In fact, good enough where I asked her to save me the seeds as she was breaking it up.
So I'm taking my first good look at them now, and they're really big, almost what I'd call huge. Some of the largest I've ever come across, and easily double the size of seeds I normally get from breeders. Calling them "beans" is almost a literal truth with these.
So I guess this begs the question, what do big seeds mean? I know it's just a genetic trait of the plant they came from, but I'm curious if seed size correlates to anything in particular.
The above pic compares these big bag seeds (darker, larger, toward the bottom), to standard breeder stock (lighter, smaller, toward the top). The smallest bag seed is still double the size of the largest breeder seed. You can tell from how they're lined up that the bag seeds occupy twice the space when compared to the breeder's. For reference, the breeder seeds range in size from average to above average in size.