Tempo SC Ultra does not kill any type of parasitic worms. We do not currently carry any insecticides that would do so.
Termites are not a surface dwelling insect, so applying insecticide sprays, such as Tempo SC Ultra to the foundation will not be a work. We have a step by step guide that will walk you through how to do your own termite trenching treatment. You can see the guide by clicking on the link here. Termidor SC would be the top product to use for the trench.
Yes, you could use Tempo SC Ultra to treat caterpillars on mountain laurels, just be sure to get thorough coverage of all sides of the leaves. Control will be most successful when larvae are young. You can also use products containing Bt or Spinosad to target caterpillars. You can read more information about the genista caterpillars in this article from your Texas A&M Extension.
Unfortunately, Tempo SC Ultra is not labeled to treat for leafminers or citrus trees.
You should start spraying before the egg hatch. To find the correct timing in your region you should contact your local cooperative extension office as the timing varies from region to region. Cooperative extension locator: http://npic.orst.edu/pest/countyext.htm
Tempo SC Ultra is not labeled to be used as a broadcast on interior surfaces and should only be applied to cracks and crevices around the room as directed on the product label. Bed bugs prefer tight dark places such as these vs open areas so treatment should be directed there. We have a great article here that can further explain the bed bug treatment process.
Tempo SC Ultra is labeled to treat for houseflies outdoors. You can apply it on surfaces outdoors where house flies land and around entry points to the home to try and prevent them from getting inside. You will use 8ml per gallon of water.