Planting Trees Deep in the Soil

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I know that most trees can NOT be planted too deep in the soil, in interest of growing a healthy tree. However, I wonder....and I can't find any information on this question.

Can one plant certain trees very deep in the soil without negatively impacting health of the tree; in the same way we can plant tomato plants (and other plants) deep in the soil, because their stems readily grow roots?

I'm thinking of plants such as Moringa and Cassava trees, but I know the list is much bigger of trees (and shrubs) that readily sprout roots from cuttings.
 

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