Heirloom tomatoes that are resistant to wilt?
The combination of heat, humidity, and way too little time to keep up on the weeding has resulted in my tomato patch being afflicted with some form of wilt. I can't tell if it's verticillium or fusarium wilt, but basically the leaves started to dry up and die from the lower levels on up. Now, I have a bunch of green and half-ripe tomatoes on almost-dead stems. From what I've read, wilt spores can survive for several years in the soil, so I'll have to find something that can resist it if I want to keep gardening in the same general location.
I was having really good luck with Abe Lincoln and Bloody Butcher heirloom tomatoes, but now that those are clearly out, what other heirlooms are out there that have a high disease tolerance? I'd like to stick with heirlooms rather than hybrids due to their flavor and the ability to save seeds. I'd like indeterminate varieties as well.
Anyone have some suggestions? Thanks!