Tempo SC Ultra contains a pyrethroid called beta-cyfluthrin, which behaves similarly to natural pyrethrum, except with much longer residual activity. While the product label does not specifically list kissing bugs, this is a non-selective insecticide and would likely affect any insect that would contact it. Please see the following articles from Texas A&M for more information regarding kissing bugs in Texas:
It is recommended that you wait 1-2 hours after applying Tempo SC Ultra to allow animals back into the area. Be sure the area is completely dry before they return.
Tempo SC Ultra would not be safe on soil that contains anything edible. This soil would need to be replaced before planting any vegetables in it.
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.
An indoor application of Tempo SC Ultra is completely safe to the touch and any other aspect once dry. The residual time indoors is typically 3-6 months on any surface its applied to and can be removed by either shampooing carpet if need be or washing down with a scrubber and water and soap.
Tempo SC Ultra is labeled only to use as a crack and crevice spray around the perimeter of the room. It is not labeled to be used on mattresses, furniture or other items that will be coming in prolonged skin contact. You can use Tempo SC Ultra on your box-spring. We have linked the Tempo SC Ultra product label in this answer so you can review the label for complete usage instructions. We recommend using Bedlam Plus for spraying your mattress.
Please take a look at our How to Treat for Bed Bugs Article for step by step insructions on how to do a full treatment.
Tempo SC Ultra does not kill any type of parasitic worms. We do not currently carry any insecticides that would do so.
Yes, you can use Tempo SC Ultra for mosquitoes.
Tempo SC Ultra and Dominion 2L should not be tank mixed.
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.