The coupling between the nonlinear kinetics and the transport phenomena leads to a complex non-trivial evolution in a closed unstirred Ferroin-catalyzed Belousov Zhabotinsky reaction. An initially periodic phase evolves into a chaotic one following a Ruelle-Takens-Newhouse scenario, which itself evolves back into another periodic phase which lasts until the reaction reaches thermodynamic equilibrium following an inverse Ruelle-Takens-Newhouse scenario . This naturally occurring transition from chaos back to periodicity can be understood in terms of reaction consumption that is taking place in this closed system . It has been shown that the chaotic phase can be controlled by changing the viscosity of the medium . We have discovered that a limited stirring phase is also able to control the chaotic phase. By varying the length of this stirring phase we observe a shortening of the chaotic phase up to its complete disappearance, leading to a purely periodic evolution of the system. We describe this effect here in detail and explain also why such a limited stirring phase is able to hinder the appearance of the normally appearing chaotic transient.