I've just started a field experiment which my supervisors have already designed and planted for me (It's a maize trial). It is a Randomised Complete Block Design with four replicates, however, the first replicate is not randomised. It was laid it out this way for a field day so that visitors could see the treatments in logical order. As far as I know, including data that I measure within this block could lead to biases in my results, especially since there may be varying conditions (fertility, moisture etc.) throughout the field. My question is whether there is still any way of including the data I measure for plots within this block or if it is useless?
The image below shows the design, the first row is the block which isn't random. Colored boxes indicate the plots that I will be working on for my project, whilst grey boxes are treatments related to my experiment but being worked on by other people. Any help would be appreciated!