I'm conducting a two-way analysis of variance. I have one fixed treatment factor and one random block factor and I have $n=1$ for any combination.
The thing is that the random block factor is significant ($p<0.05$) and I don't know how to deal with it.
I read this nice answer: What is a block in experimental design? from which I concluded that my block factor belongs to the structure because "I don't care about the values of the associated parameters and don't care to compare them".
Knowing this, should I just ignore the fact that the factor is significant?