Yes, Bifen IT is labeled for roaches and will kill them. This product is not recommended if you have an active infestation of roaches. If you see an occasional roach, this can be used indoors and outdoors for control. The mixing ratio is 1 fl oz per gallon of water.
Also, please check out our Roach Guide for tips on how to treat and prevent roaches.
Bifen IT can be reapplied once every 21 days to control Sod Webworms and other insects.
Bifen IT is a good choice for bagworm control. The product label recommends mixing at the rate of 1 oz per 1000 sq ft in approximately 1 gallon of water. Bifen XTS is an oil-based insecticide that is only for outdoor use, while Bifen IT is water-based and has a broader label. However, it is important to start control methods before infestation occurs. Once the bagworms have matured and have formed the "bag" most chemical control methods will no longer work.
Once the bags have formed, you can manually control bagworms by simply plucking them off of the infested trees and dropping them into a bucket of soapy water or squishing them.
Bifen IT is labeled to treat for clover mites when used accordingly. Clover mites are barely smaller than a pinhead. You may notice clover mites as dark red moving specks which occur in large numbers. They are generally found crawling aroudn doors, windows, sidings, curtains, or furniture. Be sure to treat the ground at least 5-10 feet from the structure where you are seeing the clover mites.
Bifen I/T can be used to spray around the homes foundation and in the yard for most species of ants. All ants are sugar ants (they all feed on sugars and proteins) so we couldnt say for certain how well it will work for your specific situation without knowing the exact ant species. You can review our ant control guide below to see tips on inspection and prevention as well as product suggestions that may be more suited to your needs.
Indoor/Outdoor Ant Control Guide: https://www.domyown.com/how-to-get-rid-of-ants-a-462.html