Hello everyone! I'm having a bad time with my tomatoes and hoping someone might have some ideas to help. I live in s.e. Tennessee and have planted tomatos in my garden for 6 years with no problems other than a touch of leaf rot from time to time when too damp. Last year my toms got some strange disease. I would check my plants one day and they would be beautifully healthy. The next day I would find the same plant completly limp and wilted as if they had hot water pouered over them. Somtimes it would be just 3-4 branches on a plant, other times an entire plant would be like this. I took one of my plants to the nursery and they said that aphids were giving it the disease. Sold me some expensive fungicide and said to keep insecticide on plants to kill aphids. Over the course of the summer I sprayed so much insecticide and fungicide on my tomatoes that it's a wonder I didn't die from eating the fruits- but the plants kept dying from this disease. I noticed though that the plants I had in a different garden 150 feet away never got this disease even though they also had aphids. Now this year I'm starting to go through the same thing. Plants in garden #1 will go from being healthy vibrant plants to wilted and limp in 24 hours time and they don't recover. If its just a couple branches, I cut them off, but the rest of the plant will go the same way in a day or two. Once again, garden #2 seems to be immune. Last year when all this started I put horse manure in garden#1 from a source that I had never used before. previously had always got cow manure from a different farm. Am wondering if maybe there was something in that horse manure? I just don't believe that it's the aphids as this doesn't happen in the other garden, It's got to be in the soil(?) Here's a pic of one of the plants, I will try to get a better pic tomorrow with a different color drop behind the plant so it shows up better. Anybody have any idea what could be happening?