Hoya spurs falling off.. and fertilizing?
So I've had this hoya for about a year or two, and it's always blooming. Recently, some of the spurs have been turning yellow and falling off!! I'm so very sad. I recently moved the plant from my parent's house to my apartment, so maybe it's adjusting to the the humidity/temperature change? My parent's house is always very hot, but my apartments always kept around 68-72. Or perhaps it's nutrient deficient?
Maybe not enough light? In that case, could someone recommend me a plant lamp? I don't know where or what to even look for.
Some of the leaves are turning yellowish and a couple look burnt looking, but not from too much sun. I think it might be nutrient deficient because I've never fertilized it- which brings me to my next question..
How do you fertilize your plant? I bought Dyna-pro foliage pro, and I read the instructions but I'm confused- so you dissolve the amount on the bottle into a gallon of water, but do you soak the plant with the whole gallon of water?? Or do you just water it with the fertilizer until it's soaked through?
Thank you!! Help me make my beloved hoya happy again!
Edit: I think the "spurs" i'm talking about are actually/also called peduncles, where the flowers come out.
This post was edited by plumerias on Mon, Apr 21, 14 at 0:44