Controlling Phylloxera in infected and susceptible vines is not practical, especially if the soil in some areas is infected with this pest.
One of the problems of combating and controlling hairy aphids is the ability of this pest to live on the roots much lower than the soil level and beyond the reach of chemicals. Also, it is very difficult to use chemicals in the clay soils that the hair beetle prefers.
Another problem is that the eggs of this pest are hard and resistant, which makes it difficult to remove them.
Some biological control agents such as pathogenic fungi have been investigated for insect control, but these methods are unlikely to be practical and feasible.
Therefore, in the successful management of pests, the first step is to prevent this pest from entering the garden and transplanting grapes to a graft base with resistant roots.